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130 E ANN ST

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130 E ANN ST | Property Record | Wisconsin Historical Society
NAMES
Historic Name:J.B. Cutting Livery Stable
Other Name:
Contributing: Yes
Reference Number:31069
PROPERTY LOCATION
Location (Address):130 E ANN ST
County:Lafayette
City:Darlington
Township/Village:
Unincorporated Community:
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Quarter Section:
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PROPERTY FEATURES
Year Built:1860
Additions:
Survey Date:1994
Historic Use:livery
Architectural Style:Boomtown
Structural System:
Wall Material:Stucco
Architect:
Other Buildings On Site:0
Demolished?:No
Demolished Date:
DESIGNATIONS
National/State Register Listing Name: Main Street Historic District
National Register Listing Date:10/7/1994 12:00:00 AM
State Register Listing Date:7/15/1994 12:00:00 AM
National Register Multiple Property Name:
NOTES
Additional Information:A mid-19th century two-story random-width stone structure with a sloping roof that has a stepped gable stuccoed facade. A frame shed roofed structure originally built as a carriage rental has been added along the east side. Plain windows and doors in the stone section window cornices and a large double access door into the frame addition are features of this 19th century utilitarian structure. This 19th century livery and carriage rental is important as an historic structure because it is one of the few utilitarian buildings from the early period of Darlington's history that remains as it was built. This building is historically significant to the development of Darlington's commercial district as a mid-ninteenth century historic district. Originally called J.B. Cutting's Livery Stable, it served as a livery all through the 19th century and early part of the 20th century. There were a number of liveries in Darlington, but this is the only one to have survived. Abe Mosher bought the livery in 1872. After that there were several different owners. A livery was a necessary service, especially in a town such as Darlington. Many visitors came to Darlington by way of railroad, and therefore found it necessary to hire horse and carriage for any further travel.
Bibliographic References:(A) Sanborn-Perris Map, Darlington, 1884, 1924. (B) Darlington Plat Map, 1874. (C) Lafayette County News, Nov. 1, 1865. (D) Darlington Republican Jan. 6, 1872
RECORD LOCATION
Wisconsin Architecture and History Inventory, Division of Historic Preservation, Wisconsin Historical Society, Madison, Wisconsin

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